ABC's current Saturday morning block will remind some people of the days when shows like Wild Kingdom ruled the airwaves, back in the 60's & 70's. I haven't seen any of those shows as yet, but I can recall when this kind of programming had aired on Saturdays as a youth.
In January of 1969, NBC picked up the Canadian series, Untamed World, as a mid-season replacement to fill out the bottom of their Saturday morning block. As such, it aired after Storybook Squares in the Noon-1 pm (ET) hour, but this diversity of programming proved to be counter-productive. As we documented previously, Storybook, after being cancelled as a stand-alone series, would later be revived for special theme weeks of its parent series, Hollywood Squares. Untamed World wasn't so lucky. It, too, was cancelled after 8 months on the air, and simply continued to air in its native Canada, where it had been launched 2 years prior, and remained on until 1975. It is from around that time that we get this clip of a show close, the only clip available from the show.
What you'll miss is the body of the episode, narrated by actor Philip Carey (ex-Philip Marlowe, later of One Life To Live). Retrontario uploaded the clip:
I barely remember seeing Untamed World when it first aired, but I am disappointed no other American outlet bothered to obtain rights.